"The teacher listens to the pianist play two pieces from Gaspard de la Nuit, and a cycle of three pieces by Maurice Ravel. He remarks that these pieces are, without a doubt, very difficult pieces that tread on water.
The master warns about problems in the tempo, and tells the pianist that she is playing too rubato, and also suggests “not to get nervous or exited,"" because the sound must be soft and expressive.
Later, Michel Dalberto makes various indications related to the use of the pedal, interpretation of accents, and dynamics.
-This pieces are all about water
-It must be soft and expressive
-In some moments, it shouldn't be able to tell the difference between right and left hand